Visitors to the market will have the opportunity to get to know the latest trends in Latvian crafts and buy beautiful, useful household items made from natural materials, jewelry and clothing, as well as home-made food products, the museum has announced.
A cultural program, as well as a special show and creative workshops for children, will take place in parallel with the market.
More than 350 artisans and home food producers have applied for the market, which will be the second largest market of the year, after the Latvian Ethnographic Open Air Museum's Fair, which traditionally takes place at the beginning of June.
A condition for stallholders is that the crafts must be of high quality and made by the craftspeople themselves. They must combine the beautiful with the useful: artistic independence and craftsmanship.